Oral Presenters

Chan Wai Ping

Ms CHAN Wai Ping

Senior Counsellor, Tsao Foundation
Singapore

Synopsis:

Breakout Session A3 – Professional Self In Grief Support

When Professional Helpers Lost Clients Through Suicide: An Agency’s Experience of Facilitating Helper’s Grief

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Ms Michelle CHEN

Assistant Lead Counsellor, Viriya Community Services
Singapore

Co-author:
Mr NG Yong Hao, PhD Student, The University of Hong Kong

Synopsis:

Breakout Session B2 – Multiplying The Healing Power

Exploring Support for Parents Whose Children Died by Suicide

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Ms Jolene CHIANG

Art Therapist, Grief Matters, Montfort Care
Singapore

Synopsis:

Breakout Session B1 – Spectrum Of Interventions

The Memory Box Project: A Closer Look at Group Art Therapy & Experiential Approaches to Meaning-Making & Restoration for Bereaved Persons

Goh Min Hui

Ms GOH Min Hui

Principal Medical Social Workers/Family Therapist, Institute of Mental Health
Singapore

Synopsis:

Breakout Session B2 – Multiplying The Healing Power

Kneading Relational Legacies in Grief – A Single Case Study

Goh Xin Hui

Ms GOH Xin Hui

Undergraduate, Social Work, National University of Singapore
Grief Matters, Montfort Care
Singapore

Co-author:
Ms CHEE Wai Yee, Grief Matters, Montfort Care

Synopsis:

Breakout Session Free Papers

Community Support for Bereaved Palliative Care Users – Who Are They?

Jiao Keyuan

Ms JIAO Keyuan

PhD Student, Social Work and Social Administration, The University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong

Co-author:
Professor Amy Yin-man CHOW, The University of Hong Kong

Synopsis:

Breakout Session Free Papers

Parent-Child Dyadic Coping in Chinese Widowed Families: A Qualitative Study

Janice Leong

Ms Janice LEONG

Associate Psychologist, Samaritans of Singapore (SOS)
Singapore

Co-authors:
Ms Naomi TOH, SOS
Ms Charlene HENG, SOS
Mr Shawn LAI, SOS

Synopsis:

Breakout Session B2 – Multiplying The Healing Power

Evaluation of Suicide Survivors Counselling & Support Services of The Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors (LOSS) Programme in Singapore – A Pilot Study

Tammy Lim

Ms Tammy LIM

Senior Music Therapist, Assisi Hospice
Singapore

Synopsis:

Breakout Session B1 – Spectrum Of Interventions

“When Words Fail, Music Speaks”: Accessing to the Inner World of a Bereaved Individual through Music-imaging and Songwriting

Ng Yong Hao

Mr NG Yong Hao

PhD Student, The University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong

Co-author:
Associate Professor LEE Geok Ling, National University of Singapore

Synopsis:

Breakout Session A3 – Professional Self In Grief Support

Challenges and Needs of Social Workers Delivering Bereavement Care: A qualitative Study

Amirah Shah

Ms Amirah SHAH

PhD Student & Psychotherapist, University of Queensland
Australia

Synopsis:

Breakout Session Free Papers

Bereavement and Islam in Southeast Queensland

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Mr Marcus TAN

Undergraduate Student, Social Work, National University of Singapore
Singapore

Co-author:
Associate Professor LEE Geok Ling, National University of Singapore

Synopsis:

Breakout Session Free Papers

The Spiritual Experiences of Bereaved Chinese Who Have Lost a Parent: A Qualitative Analysis on Freeform Journals

Irene Teo

Dr Irene TEO

Assistant Professor, Lien Centre for Palliative Care
Clinical Psychologist, National Cancer Centre Singapore
Singapore

Co-authors:
Ms P. Keerthana
Ms Alison Chew, former Grief Matters, Montfort Care
Ms TEY Mei Qi, Assisi Hospice
Dr Carolyn NG, Anchorage for Loss and Transition
Ms CHEE Wai Yee, Grief Matters, Montfort Care
Dr Patricia NEO, National Cancer Centre Singapore
Associate Professor LEE Geok Ling, National University of Singapore
Bereavement Workgroup

Synopsis:

Breakout Session A2 – Caregiving And Grief

Deathbed Experiences and Meaning-making: Perspectives of Family Caregivers of Patients receiving Cancer Palliative Care

Tey Mei Qi

Ms TEY Mei Qi

Master Research Student, Social Work, National University of Singapore
Singapore

Co-author:
Associate Professor LEE Geok Ling, National University of Singapore

Synopsis:

Breakout Session A2 – Caregiving And Grief

Understanding the Influences of Good Death on Bereavement Coping among Bereaved Family Caregivers of Cancer Patients in Singapore

Jordan White

Mr Jordan WHITE

MA, RCC, Independent Consultant
Canada

Co-authors:
Mr Len PIERRE, Len Pierre Consulting
Dr Francis HORNE, Yale First Nation

Synopsis:

Breakout Session C3 – Meaning Making In Loss And Grief

Sunrise to Sunset: Honoring our Loved Ones

Pre-Conference Workshop 1: Grief and Bereavement 101
Date/Time:
20 Sep 2021, 9:30am – 12:30pm (Singapore Time)
21 Sep 2021, 9:30am – 12:30pm (Singapore Time)

Pre-Conference Workshop 2: Masterclass
Date/Time:
20 Sep 2021, 9:30am – 5:30pm (Singapore Time)
21 Sep 2021, 9:30am – 5:30pm (Singapore Time)

Grief & Bereavement Conference 2021: Tapestries of Grief
Date/Time:
22 Sep 2021, 2:30pm – 5:30pm (Singapore Time)
23 Sep 2021, 9:30am – 12:45pm (Singapore Time)
24 Sep 2021, 9:30am – 3:30pm (Singapore Time)